Yuri Ahn and Justin Aguilera, who both work for Frito-Lay, will exchange vows in a wedding ceremony co-officiated by Chester Cheetah on Saturday
One couple's wedding dreams will soon come true when they exchange vows at the Cheetos Chapel in Las Vegas in a ceremony co-officiated by Chester Cheetah himself.
Yuri Ahn and Justin Aguilera (a key account manager and a region sales manager at Frito-Lay, respectively), first met in September 2019 while they were both were on assignment at a Frito Lay project in San Francisco.
The two became fast friends and bonded over a shared love of traveling before they eventually began dating.
In 2023, the couple took a trip to Costa Rica where Aguilera popped the question to Ahn.
On Feb. 10, the pair will celebrate their love by getting married at the Cheetos Chapel at Frito-Lay’s Chip Strip.
Located on the iconic Las Vegas Strip, the free, interactive fan experience known as the “Chip Strip" allows fans to engage in activities centered around some of Frito-Lay's most iconic brands, including Cheetos, Doritos, Lay’s and more.
And in true Las Vegas fashion, it also includes "the chapel of mischief & matrimony," where couples and guests can be outfitted in Cheetos inspired costumes and props before they are married by a hologram of Chester Cheetah.
The chapel even offers a Cheetos-inspired cake ball truffle for post-ceremony dessert.
And while orange might not be a first choice for many couples on their wedding day, it's the perfect choice for Aguilera and Ahn, since it's the groom's favorite color.
As for their preferred wedding day snacks, a Frito-Lay spokesperson tells PEOPLE that the couple plans to go with their favorites: Frito-Lay Simply White Crunchy Cheetos for the bride and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos for the groom.
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This isn't the first time Vegas has offered up food-centered weddings. Last year Kassandra Lewis and Patrick Carney got married under Oscar Meyer's iconic 27-ft hot-dog-shaped vehicle during a limited wedding pop-up outside the Las Vegas' Little White Chapel in April.
The couple told PEOPLE exclusively that the Weinermobile has been a part of their love story since their first date in Sioux Falls, South Dakota back in 2020.
"We decided to walk down to Falls Park where we stumbled upon the Wienermobile," says the couple in a statement. "We took our first picture together in front of the Wienermobile and even had it made into a magnet on our fridge. It felt so special to bring our love story full circle and now get married in front of it."
Their all-expenses paid wedding came complete with a slew of Oscar Mayer themed extras, which the couple says made for an unforgettable experience.
"We had an amazing time," says the pair. "The Wiener Whistle quartet was awesome, and we loved the Wiener Cake! Our officiants Cheddar Cheese and Corndog Clara made our day so special."
As for which part of the special day was their favorite, the bride and groom agree: "Our hot dog pun-filled vows and the Wiener Cake! Both were such fun touches that made the day so unique."
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